I was walking around in a northern Arizona Pinyon-Juniper woodland area and I ran across this Black-tailed Jackrabbit. A jackrabbit is a actually a hare and this particular species is found in the Western United States and Mexico. They hop and run, hopping five to ten feet at a time. While moving, they can leap up to… Read More HIGH DESERT HARE
On an early morning autumn walk.
This rock looks like different plates stuck together from different eras of time. Then something rose up against it and broke it into various pieces. “Carl Sagan spoke fluently between biology and geology and astrophysics and physics. If you move fluently across those boundaries, you realize that science is everywhere; science is not something you… Read More ROCK FORMATION
For those that only watch the trail while walking, stop once in a while and look around. Look up and down and deep into the view on your left and right. Chances are there are some wildlife to see or some looking at you. I saw these wonderful animals while looking into the Ponderosa pine… Read More LOOK INTO THE TREES